Der wilde Planet: Roman (German Edition)
Publish date: September 12th 2011
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
Pages no: 382
Edition language: English
Series: Fuzzy Sapiens
I have discovered that I like John Scalzi's writing, so when I saw that he had done what he calls a 'reboot' of one of my favourite SF stories - Little Fuzzy by H. Beam Piper - I thought, well, okay, I can read this. Also, a couple of my friends said they enjoyed it.So, did I?Yes, for the most part...
I’ve never read the original story, and I am disappointed because I was under the impression that the two books were packaged together, based on the foreword and the reviews placed highest on the Audible website, but apparently they’ve now split the two books and must be purchased separately. Stil...
How this book ended was not how I expected. There is little to no action, the plot resolved in a courtroom of all places. I did like the book overall. But once again not enough to purchase. I love libraries. I started and finished this book not caring at all about the characters. I liked the "fu...
John Scalzi has just made it onto my all-time favorite authors list. He entertained me. He enlightened me. He educated me. I chuckled. I chortled. I teared up. And in the end, I cheered. in earlier posts, I shared a couple of excerpts: http://redthaws.booklikes.com/post/1005293/close-enc...
I really, really, want to like John Scalzi's fiction better than I do, but he kind of blows hot and cold for me. I haven't read any of his classics like "Old Man's War" and I need to try them but what I like so much in his non-fiction & blog/twitter writing (his sarcasm, his liberal politics, his g...
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